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that make falls claims about their products. >> johnson & johnson will pay more than $2 billion to settle civil and criminal allegations. >> i expect this from you, johnson, but now -- but not you, johnson. actually, i haven't trusted johnson & johnson since i tried to stop my child's crying by pouring a bottle of their patented no more tears shampoo in his eyes. did not work. at all! >> now to jimmy kimmel. a new study about cursing caught their attention. >> a new study found that the state where people curse the most or they use the most profanity is ohio. i saw a local news broadcast out of akron this morning. i don't know, they might have the study right. >> yesterday was giving tuesday. dubbed the black friday of charitable giving. and the residence of akron came out in full force. [ beep ] yeah they d kelly has the report. >> james baker high school didn't have enough money to resod their. [ beep ] field. so they got together and did what he this do best, get [ beep ] done. it should be finished in time this weekend for the rebels to take on the [ beep ] from pierce. will they show
your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. >> health care manufacturer johnson & johnson will pay to sell civil allegations. >> i expect this from you, johnson, but not you, johnson. to be honest, i have not trusted johnson & johnson since i tried to stop my child's crying with the no more tears shampoo in his eyes. did not work. >> the 113th hasn't passed the bills every congress does like a highway bill or defense bill or farm bill or a budget. what do we need a budget for? clearly not for highways, defense, or food. congress did pass a bill ensuring that people can fish near dams on the cumberland river and also passed deep cuts in food stamps if are the poor which is good solid governing because the poor don't need food stamps anymore now that they can fish near dams on the coupler withland river. >> time to talk about what we learned. we learned a lot. i learned you can catch a munch kin in your mouth if it is delivered right. >> it's not good. really bad in my case. we have a champion. is donut hole capture in chief. >> he's good at it. >> it should surpri
, marsalina morgan, amber rose johnson, a junior at tufts university, who is also a spoken word artist and was at the conference, and walter kimbrough, who is also sometimes known as the hip hop university president. i want to start with you, marcy, why a hip hop archive at harvard. why is that something to have a place like that? >> first of all, harvard and hip hop have a lot of in common. >> you have got to tell me what harvard and hip chop have in common. >> so much in common. i think it's a perfect union in many respects. and of course not everyone agrees, but it's just a matter of time. one thing is that harvard is really very clear on what it is as an institution, how important it is, what it means to the world. what its obligation is. and that's the way that hip hop rolls in many respects. it's like an mc is not just trying to compete, the mc is trying to service, it's trying to represent, it's trying to deal with any number of skills inlyricism. and that's a perfect marriage in terms of harvard and hip hop. as i say to people all the time, if you don't think it should be at ha
company, coca-cola, kodak. so it was okay to do business in south africa. it was fine. linden johnson said he was one with the african regime. it was only nixon the same, it was only jimmy carter who said the united states is a different kind of engage. with countries like south africa, angola, et cetera. reagan then pushed back. so you can imagine, reagan was very popular, you know, in sort of main stream opinion. they did engage in arms struggle. they were like non-violent. it's very difficult to sell that. the cold war is going on. you can use that as a bogey to say they support it. you can see by the clip, they support it by the soviet union. i think what happens here if i was watching it from outside, i water a teenager at the time. you are getting the word in the united states on college campuses the african-americans underestimate how hard it was to get people here to realize that this wasn't just struggle and a moral struggle through church groups had began to complain and point out these contra dictions, insisting on this economic angle. because what reagan did was to use the cold
that we as democrats should embrace. >> congressman hakeem jeffries of new york, thank you. clay johnson is with the department for better technology, a presidential innovation fellow. he's been the person i have been following most closely in analyzing the website. so, clay, looking at the website today, hearing the administration's updates yesterday, what's your sense of how far things have come and what does it tell us about how bad things were? >> well, it's a great deal of relief to me that the website seems to be up and operational. i tried it out earlier. i'm on the individual market as a small business owner, and so, i have to shop for my own health insurance, so i got a bit through it today. i'm just glad that the preposterous debate that the affordable care act should be judged by healthcare.gov -- i mean, healthcare.gov's problems was an acquisition and procurement problem, not a health care problem. it's not like when we had butterfly ballot problems in florida, we decided to revert to monarchy. and we shouldn't, you know, sort of judge a health care policy based on, you know
goal attempts in the entire game. why? ask megaton calvin johnson who face plants in the snow. i was having fun. eagles win, 34-20. >>> s.e.c. championship, auburn beating missouri in a scoring bonanza, 59-42. the most points ever for the title game. auburn is now second in bcs land and play florida state. auburn can thank michigan state for that opportunity, by the way, state handing undefeated ohio state their first loss in 25 game, 34-24 with osu out, auburn is now in. how do michigan state fans celebrate? going to the rose bowl. hey? we'll just burn anything in lancing. police made multiple arrests. you can imagine. >>> fans for kobe bryant were for civilized. a standing ovation for his first game in eight months. it showed. 9 points, 8 turnovers in 28 minutes of play, toronto's terrence ross was not rusty with this halftime buzzer beater. he hit that and raptors win it 106-90. it was such a great sunday for football. 90 touchdowns in just that one -- >> 90 touchdowns. and the perfect weather to be at home watching >> that's the amazing part. >> seriously. >>> coming up next
states. seven of them being left open by senators. five were democrats. south dakota's tim johnson and jay rockefeller. they served a combined 25 terms in the senate. how about that? two republicans right now in the list. don't expect the republicans to lose seats. they can defend enough of their own turf up in 2014 in states that mitt romney won in 2012. that includes open seats in west virginia, south dakota and montana. not surprisingly, the states are home to four of the most vulnerable in the senate. one republican held seat is up for grabs in a state that president obama won last year. that seat belongs to maine's susan collins. it is likely seasonate overall will get more conservative? why? there will be more conservative republicans to replace less conservative republicans. they are facing a tea party challenge. if he doesn't run, you know it's a more conservative member replacing him. they will likely replace the senate and of the rothenburg report. the national editor of the report and a fellow at the university of chicago's institute of politics. aim, since you are not o
policies on discrimination. joining me now, ted johnson, fellow contributor as well as thegrio. thank you so much for joining u. ted. >> thanks for having me. >> as i understand it, the school has reacted by having a number of campuswide discussions about discrimination against gay people and they've also pushed a number of i guess educational efforts here at the college. but you've written about this and say this exposes a larger problem. >> yeah, absolutely. i mean, what we have here in our organization that are historic in nature and have been around almost a century, some over a century. and the fraternities quite frankly have a problem with meshing manhood and homosexuality. this is especially true in the hyper masculine entities that they are. you have an organization that wants to bring up real men and it just seems like to some that the gay man can't fit that mold. that's when the organizations really need to evolve and understand that they can absolutely keep their historic traditions that have attracted hundreds and thousands if not millions of african-americans over the last ce
for getting minimum wage up to $10.10. inflation, lower than '68 when lyndon johnson was president. what can house democrats do given barriers you face on the hill? >> i think first of all we have to depend on people across the country. minimum wage workers who really need a raise, people who work in restaurants whose wages haven't been raised since 1991. $2.13 an hour. so i think it's going to take really an outside push in every single congressional district to help my colleagues, my republican colleagues understand that this is about how we grow our gdp. it's about how we grow our economy, and it's about closing that gap between those highest wage earners who earn so much over these last two decades and low wage earners who earn about 5% of their increases in salaries over the last decades. >> you've seen protests around the country today. they are gathering and bigger protests tonight. talk to me about what a man or a woman working for minimum wage, sometimes second job, sometimes their only job, they have kids at home in some of these fast-food places. how are they coping. what is the d
looking for the historical angle. i can't help but think of lyndon johnson. he spent all those years, all those decades in congress and in the senate, going along, placating, doing the bidding of the conservative forces who controlled his immediate political future. this was the lyndon johnson who was the segregationist, but then when he got to the top, he became president, no one controlled him anymore. he was free to speak his mind and act on his conscience. this is the lyndon johnson who ended segregation. i find myself wondering if there is a little lbj in this pope, a conservative cardinal who infuriated the left in argentina and now as pope is becoming something of a liberal icon. here to make sense of who pope francis is and how he is shaping up our politics, we're joined by msnbc.com's benjy sarlin, sarah p posner, ana marie cox is still with us, and ambassador flynn as well. ambassador flynn, i'll start with you. you were an appointee of president clinton as the ambassador to the vatican. you are somebody who has fairly conservative views on the cultural issues. when you look at
, fox news analyst peter johnson jr. replied no, but we need america to recover. so the president wins by 5 million votes and the dow is breaking records. >> yeah. i mean, you know, i used that photo of the famous dewey beats truman newspaper, and i think the sentiment is largely true. you know, it is the 24-hour news cycle here. it is a premium in the arms media wherever there's a controversy small or large in the obama administration to take the strongest position possible. this is obama's katrina, this is obama's iraq. i think it's like the bp oil spill as you mentioned. as soon as it's fixed, as soon as the website gets fixed, i think it will end up in our rearview mirror and we'll move on from it. but i really think that every reporter and pundit who declared the end of the presidency should come out and should issue a mea culpa and say you know what i got this wrong. that's okay. we all get something wrong. but i think pundit accountability would be good there. >> well, i'm going to have to leave it there. alex and james, thank you both for your time tonight. have a great night.
johnson made the best point. it's the message here it's never over. >> never over. >> in life too. it's never over. literally, one second. >> you want some entertainment go on youtube and watch people being filmed and reacting. >> extraordinary respect for nick sabin. he's really tired. he's really tired. his wife said last week basically they weren't appreciated at alabama enough which seemed to me he's like a god there. but the pressure, friends close to him tell me even last year they said the pressure to win every single week, the expectations are so high, nobody understands like -- they just work -- i don't know how much longer he'll be at alabama. he's really, really tired. >> they will win the sugar bowl and 12-1 and people will say too bad what happened. >> there's talk we're playing auburn. i pray we do. >> coming up next, radio host steve malzberg. this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "limit the cash i earn every month" card. it's not the "i only earn decent rewards at the gas station" card. it's the no-games, no-signing up, everyday-rewardin
johnson, every president going forward to ronald reagan. reagan was the first president to come up with a policy called constructive engagement which was to disengage from apartheid and move towards black majority rule without falling into the bloodbath that happened in rhodesia and cambodia. >> tom brokaw, just even constructive engagement which is choice of words by ronald reagan, complicated time. >> as i'm sure mr. shirley will agree, it was not a slam dunk for the administration. there was a huge debate in this country whether we should have constructive engagement and how much pressure you can put on that. when i went over there when the sanctions were still on there were a lot of american businesses saying you're hurting us more than you're hurting south africa and that was the debate that was going on in the highest part of the administration, the american economy. but at the same time there was a growing movement as the reverend al said not just on the part of the california legislature and other things but people were coming to the idea that this must come to an end in pa
panel. msnbc contributor goldie taylor, professor of political science, jason johnson, and msnbc contributor and former bush-cheney senior adviser, robert traynam. i'll go ladies first. the fed up. nbc news helped conduct a focus group of 11 cincinnati area voters who described themselves as independents. here's what they said about congress and the shutdown earlier this year. take a listen. >> i think they were selfish, not caring about themselves but hurting the people they're supposed to be in there helping and representing. >> i thought it showed a lack of concern by our leaders for the people that they represent. they had their own agenda. i don't think they had people's best interest at heart. >> i felt like certain people decided to shut down the government to prove a point rather than to work towards making improvements. i have no problem they disagree with the affordable care act, but they could have worked to improve it. >> you think? anyway, how fed up is middle america with washington right now? >> i think they're damn fed up. i think they ought to be. a government th
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